Pollution profoundly impacts human life both in the United States and around the world. We believe that the problems of pollution are an outflow of a culture in decay. As such EEN seeks to revitalize and disciple God’s people as they seek to be transformed into the fullness of Christ. We believe with God’s help that the body of Christ can be an example of what men and women fully alive in Jesus can do by bearing the fruits of the kingdom. Champions embody a sense of personal transformation (holiness) that has implications for social (cultural) transformation.
One of the ways we do this is through our regular champion calls and by several ongoing events and groups that are doing work within their local regions and areas. To join our calls and sign up, fill in the form below. To inquire about what other Christians in your area are doing click here.
EEN actively disciples Christians who are seeking to walk in repentance and faith and are eager to use their gifts and talents to address some of the greatest challenges facing God’s people and the world today.
We hope you'll join our over 3000 champions! Interests and passions range from climate change, abortion, God's creatures, land conservation, water pollution, light pollution, mercury and the unborn, GMOs, and more all with a common thread on the impacts of pollution and sin on human life.
Pollution harms the unborn, causing damage that last’s a lifetime. Dirty air and water have serious consequences for the health of our children and other vulnerable populations like the elderly.
This is why pro-life Christians must lead the charge on clean energy, and why the Evangelical Environmental Network (EEN) will organize half a million pro-life Christians to participate in our Pro-Life Clean Energy Campaign (click here for more detail).
It is time to stop poisoning the womb and our environment and create a cleaner, brighter future for our children, free from pollution.
Today we humans are changing the chemical composition of the atmosphere. We are fiddling with the planet's natural thermostat-- poking at the climate system with a long, sharp, carbon-tipped stick, and then acting surprised every time the weather bites back. And the weather is biting back with increasing frequency and ferocity. We are the volcano, conducting an experiment that's never been done before-- on a planetary scale, on the only home we have: God's home.
As part of reading Caring for Creation, I want to personally invite you to sign The Caring for Creation Pledge, let's walk together as disciples of Christ faithfully following God's call to be good stewards of his creation, and taking prudent action to help the church, our fellow conservatives, and all of God's children take up the responsibility to be good stewards of creation.